Banana Split Pie

Mary Ortiz


I made a million dollar pie,Banana bread and mexican wedding cookies for our Christmas dessert.
As we were getting closer to the dessert time the first to go was the Banana split pie.
Everyone was raving some did not get to try it.
Needless to say I had to make two more for the out of town families to take home.
And I enjoyed every minute making it for them.?

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15 Min


10 Min


(1) stick of butter, 5 or 6 bananas, one (lg)can crushed pineapple in heavy surup(drained save for later use), (16oz bar) cream cheese, (2) cups powder sugar, 2 or 3 pks(out of bx) graham crackers, lg tub cool whip, pecans, cherries.


cherries and pecans for topping. only for presentation, place cherries on right before you serve not prior or it will color the cool whip, not a pretty picture.

Directions Step-By-Step

Melt the butter and add crushed graham crackers, place in a 8x10 baking pan pat crackers into pan to create a crust cook in oven till light brown. cool crust.

In a bowl combine two cups powder sugar with one 16oz bar of cream cheese, moisten hands with the reserved pineapple juice and spread cream cheese mixture on top of crust. remember the cream cheese mix will be sticky keep hands damp with pineapple juice as to prevent crust from pulling apart..

Cut bananas length wise placing on top of the cream cheese mixture untill cream cheese is coverd.

spread the crushed pineapple on top of the bananas.

Cover pineapple with cool whip and space out cherries on top of the cool whip, sprinkle chopped pecans on top of that. (see note on cherries)

About this Recipe

Course/Dish: Desserts, Cakes